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August 8, 2012

Leona Lewis shows off her stripes as she stops to fill up her car on Monday (August 6) in West Hollywood, Calif. The 27-year-old singer topped off her black and white ensemble with a super cute straw hat!

Leona‘s forthcoming album, Glassheart, is set to drop October 15 after a long delay. Her second single “Trouble” will debut later this month and will be available for purchase on October 7. Source

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August 3, 2012

Great news! During the short Q&A on twitter this evening, Leona revealed that she is supposed to shoot the video for her new single “Trouble” in two weeks. The video is set to be released one week after … so probably end of August! Have a look at what she tweets earlier:

we plan to shoot in 2 weeks so probsly a week after the video will be realised @KikeRowling


July 22, 2012

Hey Guys! Finally we got some releases dates for the very much anticipated LP; Glassheart! After more than 2.5 years recording, writing and working a lot, Leona finally gave her fans a release date for the project, on a U-stream session last friday! So here are the dates! And we are OVER exited by this new era coming! 

NEW SINGLE: “Trouble” OUT October 7th

NEW ALBUM : “Glassheart” OUT October 15th

You can already pre-order your “Glassheart” album on


June 26, 2012

MSN’s Tina Hart took a trip to Hackney to report on a big weekend of music.   
Interview time was tight at this year’s Radio 1 Hackney Weekend on the Saturday but I put a few questions to Leona, following her main stage performance. She chatted about performing in her home town, the sound of her new album and her collaboration with Emeli Sande.

Leona Lewis @ R1 Hackney Weekend: “Emeli Sande is wicked; she’s written my new single that’s out in October”

How was your performance today?
Leona: I’m from Hackney and I think about a hundred family members and friends are here for me. I just felt like I was performing to them, so it was nice. I wanted to kind of have some local talent involved in my set and I thought the Hackney Empire Choir was the best way to do that.

You debuted the track Come Alive on stage today…
Leona: Me, Fraser [producer] and Ina [songwriter] kind of wanted to do an up-tempo song but still remain kind of true to what I do, so we decided to go a tiny bit dubstep, a tiny bit drum and bass and just rocked it.

Is the track a good indication of the album?
Leona: Definitely a piece of it, there’s much more live sounding instrumental songs on there but that’s the strings and live drums. It’s a good mixture of programmed synths and live music as well.

MSN: How did you come to team up with Fraser T Smith [super-producer] on your new album?
Leona: I’ve known Fraser for 12 years and we got together on my EP – he did that whole EP for me and I just wanted to continue to work with him so I asked him to if he’d do the album.

MSN: When are we going to hear it?
Leona: October

MSN: Yay!
Leona: Yaay, finally.

MSN: We spoke to Emeli Sande last summer and she said how much she enjoyed working with you…
Leona: She’s so wicked. She’s written a song on my album which is going to be by single. I’m really excited, she’s so talented and so lovely. The track with Emeli is Trouble and is my new single, that’ll be in October as well.

It’s quite dark, it’s very deep, with amazing lyrics and it’s just coming from the heart really. It’s good to just collaborate with her as well because she really gets where I’m coming from, she’s like a sister.